A Puppy Linux build by kirk/jamesbond, fatdog-arm designed primarily for the Mele A1000 but can work on other armv7 devices more details here: http://murga-linux.com/puppy/viewtopic.php?t=88307 ** Beta now released here: archive.org/details/Puppy_Linux_Fatdog_Arm_Beta ** Topics: Puppy Linux, Fatdog, Fatdog Arm, Armv7, kirk/jamesbond
kirk and jamesbond have released a fatdog version speciffically for the acer c720 and thought the effort deserved it's own page, any future chromebook released will be posted here also from the forum post here: http://murga-linux.com/puppy/viewtopic.php?t=93747 "I recently purchased a Acer C720 Chromebook for $99 dollars after trading in a 8 year old XP laptop. So the first thing I did was get rid of Chrome. I made a custom version of Fatdog64-631 for the Acer C720. It has most of the... Topics: Puppy Linux, Chromebook, acer c720, fatdog, fatdog 631, kirk, jamesbond
FatdogArm Beta is a complete-rebuild of FatdogArm, using LFS 7.4 as the base (glibc 2.18 and gcc 4.8.1). Platforms officially supported are: - A10/Mele A1000 - A20/Cubieboard2 - Odroid-U2/U3 - OLPC XO-1.75 and OLPC XO-4. atdogArm itself is a port of Fatdog64 for ARM platform, supporting many of the rich features of Fatdog64; using Slackware-style package management (gslapt, slapt-get, pkgtool). There are two major goals for Beta1 (both achieved): 1. Re-target the hardware platform: Beta1 now... Topics: Puppy Linux, Fatdog Arm Beta, A10/Mele A1000, A20/Cubieboard2, Odroid-U2/U3, LPC XO-1.75 and OLPC...
New Fatdog from the stables of Kirk and jamesbond A complete reworking, Fatdog64 700 is built from modified versions of LFS (Linux From Scratch) and uses Slackwares gslapt package manager and over 500 included packages have been updated more details here: http://www.murga-linux.com/puppy/viewtopic.php?t=95083 *** Please read the above as earlier packages may not function correctly and cannot be uninstalled *** Topics: Puppy Linux, Fatdog64, Fatdog64_700, sfs, packages, 700, gslapt, slackware, Kirk/jamesbond
A Puppy Linux fork by kirk and jamesbond for 64 bit machines. A fantastic distro and very fast yet still small, highly recommended more details can be found here: http://distro.ibiblio.org/fatdog/web/ kirk has created a build (Fatdog64-631-Acer-c720-only.iso) specifically for the Acer C720 Chromebook and required some special handling, see here for more info: http://murga-linux.com/puppy/viewtopic.php?t=93747 Topics: Puppy Linux, Fatdog64, 64-bit, chromebook, acer c720, kirk, jamesbond